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Having trouble with your backpack zipper Maybe there's a monster inside Annie warms up to the exasperating but lovable creature she finds in her backpack in this humorous story complemented by energetic illustrationsWhen Annie unzips her new flowered backpack and finds a monster inside it' What a cute book it s sweet and endearing

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The Monster in the Backpack

Ctly tuned sense of comic timing Lisa Moser captures a young girl's transition from annoyance to affection as a funky and disarmingly open hearted monster makes an untimely appearance Noah Jones's colorful and expressive illustrations bring these two charming characters brilliantly to life Engaging advanced beginning reader early chapter book

Lisa Moser ¶ 7 read

S hard to say who is shocked AAAAHHHH yells the monster EEEEEEKKKK yells Annie It's a predicament to be sure as the monster proceeds to gobble Annie's sandwich stick gum in her boot and tear up her homework to use as confetti for an Annie is great parade in the middle of class With a perfe For reviews check out my blog Craft CycleA pretty good book overall I liked all of the silliness and mayhem that starts off the book The monster is an adorable little troublemaker It reminds me of Cornelia Funke s Ruffleclaw The only thing I didn t like about the book was the ending The monster is kind of a jerk throughout the book but at the end Annie decides to keep him because he threw her a parade which made a mess that she had to clean up I get where the book was trying to go but it also kind of suggests that you should stay friends with someone who treats you badly if they occasionally do something nice for you The monster puts gum in h


10 thoughts on “The Monster in the Backpack

  1. says:

    Rae said the monster in the backpack behaved very badly

  2. says:

    Cute little book aimed for 2nd graders and younger

  3. says:

    What a cute book it's sweet and endearing

  4. says:

    6 year old daughter 5 stars4 year old daughter 1 star I didn't like the monster He was too scary

  5. says:

    For reviews check out my blog Craft CycleA pretty good book overall I liked all of the silliness and mayhem that starts off the book The monster is an adorable little troublemaker It reminds me of Cornelia Funke's Ruffleclaw The only thing I didn't like about the book was the ending The monster is kind of a jerk throughout the book but at th

  6. says:

    A book with humour and a little lesson for little kids

  7. says:

    Engaging advanced beginning reader early chapter book

  8. says:

    I liked when Annie said thank you to her backpack

  9. says:

    I loved this book so much My nanny girl i bought it for keeps asking for us to read it to her over and over again To me that is the perfect book

  10. says:

    when Lisa got a new backpack for school she got than she expected In it lived a little monster and that monster made problems for Lisa Cute story and fun illustrations